Gillette soccer club

Jayden Parsons, from left, Zach Milliron, Cristian Martinez, Victor Quinones, Jacoby Garcia and Shey Rearick stand for a photo on Wednesday at the Pronghorn soccer field.

The chance to play college soccer in your home town isn’t afforded to many Wyoming athletes, but Gillette is one of the exceptions.

From youth and club levels to high school and now at Gillette College, the local soccer culture is growing. Thanks to that, coach Saber Garcia has been able to pepper his roster with local names.

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Bravo!!! I agree 100% with the idea that a "Community College" should strongly include the surrounding area's young people and student athletes. Congrtatulations, Coach!!!!!

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